Asmodeus - The Book Of Angels Volume 7  - Ribot, Marc

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Three of the most intense musicians on the planet come together in one of the most explosive and rockin' ensembles around. An original memberof the Masada family since its inception, no one is more keenly equipped to handle a rock trio interpretation of the Book of Angelsthan MarcRibot. Joined here by the versatile Trevor Dunn (Fantomas, Moonchild) on bass and the legendary G.Calvin Weston (Ornette Coleman, JamesBlood Ulmer) on drums, Marc plays like never before, referencing Hendrix, Sharrock, McLaughlin, Ulmer and more. Masada music takes on awhole new dimension. Passionate and powerful, this is one of the most compelling installments in the entire Masada series and contains some ofRibot's wildest and best playing ever.

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